Dauphin County


Harrisburg, PA: West Hanover Winery is located at 7646 Jonestown Road. With over 45 years of experience, they take pride in their wine products. They offer wine tasting tours, summer concerts and other special events.
(866) 383-8510  Visit West Hanover Winery


Hershey, PA: Antique Automobile Club of America Museum is located at 161 Museum Drive. You can view original and vintage automobiles in ever changing exhibits and detailed settings. This interactive museum features cars, buses and motorcycles. They have a model train display and the largest collection of historic buses under roof in the United States. Groups welcomed.
(717) 566-7100  Visit Antique Automobile Club of America Museum


Hummelstown, PA: Indian Echo Caverns is located at 368 Middletown Road. Enjoy the natural magnificence of the caverns, situated along the Swatara Creek. This is a limestone cave, over 440 million years old. The temperature inside the caverns is 52 degrees year round. While there, enjoy the gift shop, search for treasures at the Gem Mill Junction, kids can play at the playground, enjoy a family picnic or see the petting zoo. Lots to do here!
(717) 566-8131  Visit Indian Echo Caverns


Harrisburg, PA: PA Farm Show Complex and Expo Center is located at 2300 N. Cameron Street. Pennsylvania is proud to host the largest indoor agricultural exposition in the country, with nearly 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits and 300 commercial exhibits. There is almost always something going on at the complex from the Farm Show to Car Shows to Builders Shows and more! There are over 200 exciting shows and events all year long. The Farm Show Complex utilizes nearly 1 Million SF of indoor floor space to host major events, private meetings or anything in between. Plenty of parking!
(717) 787-5373   Visit PA Farm Show Complex and Expo Center


Middletown, PA: Middletown and Hummelstown Railroad is located at 136 Brown Street. Enjoy a one hour and 15 minute train ride while the conductor gives you a chronicle of the history and legend of the area. The original M&H Railroad was formed in 1888 with construction of the line between the towns finished in 1890. From then until 1976 it was part of the Reading Railroad. Since 1976 it has become an independent company. Enjoy the 11 mile trip and scenery of the Swatara Creek Valley riding in a vintage coach.
(717) 944-4435 ext 1  Visit Middletown and Hummelstown Railroad


Duncannon, PA: Red Rabbit Drive In is located at 60 Benvenue Road. This old fashioned 50’s style restaurant features great food in a unique atmosphere, offering curb side service for you to eat in your car or at the picnic tables set up for outdoor eating. Everything is made to order, just like it used to be. They also serve ice cream, floats and hand spun milkshakes.
(717) 834-4696  Visit Red Rabbit Drive In


Halifax, PA: Lake Tobias Wildlife Park is located at 760 Tobias Road. The wildlife park has been open since 1965 featuring exotic animals and situated in a quiet countryside. You can find animals, reptiles and birds from all around the world there. You can enjoy the petting zoo, exhibits, or take an actual safari ride with a tour director in an open top bus.
(717) 362-9126  Visit Lake Tobias Wildlife Park


Grantville, PA: Penn National Race Course and Hollywood Casino are located at 777 Hollywood Boulevard. The race course opened in 1972. It is a thoroughbred racing track with live racing Wednesday through Saturday evenings. The casino opened in 2008 and is open 24-hours with slots and tables.
(717) 469-2211  Visit Penn National Race Course and Hollywood Casino


Hershey, PA: Hersheypark is located at 100 W. Hersheypark Drive. This family amusement park has 11 thrilling coasters, 9 unique water rides and 65 rides and attractions and counting! There is something there for everyone to enjoy to include restaurants, games, shows and retail outlets. While visiting, take advantage of a riding tour to see how Hershey made its name making chocolate. The sights and sounds will have you coming back for more! Chocolate World is located right next to the park. Also adjacent to the park is Zoo America where you can walk through a tree lined pathway on 11-Acres full of wild and exotic animals.
(717) 534-3860  Visit Hersheypark


Harrisburg, PA: City Island is located off the Market Street Bridge in the city. This is a 63-Acre recreational island along the Susquehanna River where you can relax or play while visiting the State Capital. The Harrisburg Senators Baseball Field is located on the island so you can catch a baseball game or cruise the river on the Pride of the Susquehanna Riverboat. There is a steam train and horse-drawn carriage, miniature golf, batting cages, arcade games, food stands or enjoy the beach and beach house. There is so much to do while receiving a breathtaking view of the city skyline and panoramic view of the river.
(717) 432-2468